This place has history on its side. Through good times and bad, Captain's Quarters has been an excellent model for how to run an independent, neighborhood restaurant.
I took my wife there for her birthday yesterday. Both of us really enjoyed our experience: The 70's nautical decor, outstanding service ~ thanks to our waiter, Chris ~ and, of course, the food and drinks.
We ordered a couple of the evenings specials: Amy had a pasta and shrimp dish. Just delicious! I had a lightly-breaded pork tenderloin dish with mash potatoes and gravy. It was very good: cooked to perfection, and served hot on the plate.
Dinner came with a simple, very fresh iceberg and romaine lettuce. Both of us had the creamy garlic dressing. Very good. There were also fresh rolls and bread sticks on the table.
Not much to say about the Absolut and Ketel One cocktails. If you like vodka, you'll appreciate the generous pour. The blue cheese stuffed olives were fresh and tasty.
After dinner, Chris brought a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream with chocolate sauce to us ~ gratis ~ for the perfect end to a very nice birthday celebration.
On the way out, I made it a point to thank the owner, George, who was sitting at a small table in the bar. For the record, George, thanks again. And thanks for living by that old adage: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."
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